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're not sure. so, how might this impact the race for the white house? angela mcglowan, a political analyst and jehmu green, a fox news contributor and women's media centerment thank you for joining us this afternoon to share your insights and perspective on this situation. in the aftermath of the terrorist attack or the benghazi consulate which took the lives of ambassador chris stevens and three other americans, the american people have wanted to hear a coherent message from the white house, instead, we have received, as we've seen through molly's report, shifting accounts of that fatal attack. so, what impact, and what bearing does this have on the presidential campaign now? jehmu? >> well, i think we have to keep in mind that from the moment that our embassy was attacked, the president and this administration has been focused on securing our diplomates, securing our facilities and going after the killers for justice. now, looking at any investigation, you're going to get more information as time goes along. and i think that the american people are going to come to understand that, espec
. good choice. go national. go like a pro. lou: joining me now is angela mcglowan and jedediah vela and former clinton adviser doug schon. you don't think governor romney is doing well? >> i don't think so. the polls that come out by and large showing the swing states moving away from him. the national numbers are correct. the economic ratings are showing the president and governor romney basically even on their ability to handle the economy and giving me 40% believe i said best. the governor has not had a good week. >> he can really talk about the issues, should government take the support, yes, 20% of the people didn't pay for federal income tax. 47%. >> a lot of those people are paying payroll taxes. this and that. [talking over each other] >> that is a higher rate than governor romney pace. >> payroll taxes are hardly higher than the capital gains taxes. >> i think we are going to see these polls go up and down. lou: i love that idea. >> markets are going to fluctuate. >> it depends on the debates on whether or not mitt romney can articulate these things. this is a centered visi
of usama bin laden. here for a fair and balanced debate on all this, angela mcglowan, political analyst and donna genteel. advisor. donna, you're a member of the administration. why would they make this turn-around? why after insisting all this time that this was just a spontaneous demonstration, why all of a sudden is it now a terror attack? >> well, i think what's been very clear from the outside -- outset there is ongoing investigation by the libyan government and in cooperation with the united states. we very much, i think have made substantial investments in this country and that is probably best, that find expression in the important contributions that were detailed in today's "washington post" by the prime minister, the first prime minister, who talked very compellingly in this piece about the contributions of the ambassador of chris stevens. so i think that everyone is loathe to rush to judgment about what prompted this, what really drove it, and an investigative process is absolutely essential to producing better information on what occurred, so that the investment that we've m
for voters in key swing states or does each candidate really need to focus on the trail. angela mcglowan is a fox news political analyst and. >> thank you, jamie. >> we know that the swing states are important. and i wonder if they're the same states critically important this time, does anything change? >> well, change is the fact when you have mccain-obama the economy was better. gas prices were not as high. so, what the candidates need to do, my candidate, mitt romney, needs to focus on solutions. what are you going to do to create more prosperous america and change my situation. that's what people want, and no vote should be taken for granted. this race, jamie, is going to be so close, that it could come down to one state, like it did with bush-gore and like it did in 2004, with ohio, bush gained four more years by winning the state of ohio. >> it seems, doug, each has planned their strategy in terms of where to campaign very carefully and the dnc will have their chance to have the stage this week. what does president obama need to do in terms of specifics, because at the rnc, governo
push for swing state voters, but what will make the real and biggest difference here? angela mcglowan is a political analyst and marjorie, a former consultant to the obama and clinton consulting. thank you both very much. >> thank you. >> jamie: marjorie, first of all, the debates. president obama an order some have never seen, but angela talk to go one of our producers brought up a great point. no teleprompter. can he do this? >> well, he's proven time and time again on the campaign trail he can continue to be the or atore that he has been and i think that having bill clinton in his pocket a definite asset and we know he truly is a master and i think the question will come down to -- i really think these debates is more an opportunity for them to step in it than it is really to change anything. voters really have made up their mind and you know, the conventions are a pep rally, they're an opportunity to energize voters and at this point it's all about get out the vote. who is going to show up to the polls, what the election is going to come down. >> jamie: would they be motivated to
with a preview of her remarks, our fox news contributor, nikita jackson and angela mcglowan. >> good it see you. >> sean: i got you to laugh before we came on the air. i said, maybe this will be the second time in her adult life she's proud of her country. >> only in america is her story possible. this is someone who grew up on the south side of chicago. she's from a working middle-class background, working very hard all of her life and look at her now -- first lady of the united states, harvard law graduate. come on. >> sean: vinothing but admiration for her personal life. it's her political views. she did say, for the first time in my adult life, i am proud of my country. >> people know, public service sacrifice is know a career. she is supporting her husband. but she is not talking about the fact that close to 47 mem million people are collecting food stamps and 23 million people are out of jobs and i hope she doesn't say what the secretary of agriculture said that food staffs are good for our economy. she won't talk about her husband's failed policies. what she will try to do is-- >>> go ah
. >> jamie: turning now, angela mcglowan, and sattita jackson, a contributor, ladies, welcome. >> thank you for having us, jamie. i have concern about this topic the middle east and so many questions to ask. let's see how many i can get through, first angela. the chaos going on right now as we move toward november. how big an impact will it be and how specific do each of the candidates need to be about their foreign policy for the region. >> jamie, they need to be very specific and right now, obama is ahead of mitt romney, dealing with foreign policy. but, mitt romney was exactly right by saying that we should not apologize for our values, nor should we apologize for freedom of speech. and for the administration to blame a film that was released online in july, for the september attacks is a travesty. the bottom line is this, jamie: it was a policy of appeasement that we're seen as weak, that caused these attacks and i believe that power and strength, strength through power. we had ten anniversaries of 9/11 before this one and none of our embassies were attacked. >> before we attack santita
a fair and balanced with angela mcglowan and julia, and an advisor to senator wattenburg, i imagine you're fired up today. >> yeah, we are, jamie, we are. >> julie, is this a question of delay on what we now know or denial, because it certainly looks like the white house is dialing back on the immediate assertion, not terrorism in libya. >> well, two things, i think one is they are he' trying to get to the bottom of this. my understanding is that the agencies in benghazi are investigating and for that matter the president shouldn't go out there and say something when he's not 100% certain of what happened. these things take time to investigate and secondly the president did come out that very day that this happened or the next day and said this is a terrorist attack. secretary clinton done the same thing and jay carney the white house spokesperson. and angela and i can probably agree this is a terrorist attack and we need to get to the bottom of what happened and i think it's presumptuous of inbound to have a press conference bought the facts straight. to get the facts straits-- >> what
? here for fair and balanced debate is fox news contributor angela mcglowan and mclavigne. this seems like a big problem for the president. >> i don't see it that way. look, the president came out the morning after the attacks on september 12th. came out to the rose garden and told americans these were acts of terror and punished to punish the perpetrators and i have no doubt we will. it does take time to put all of this together. we now know or appear to believe militia known an sar sharia hijacked the ongoing upon stainous protest it took seven hours after the he a prost tnd at attacks it to go home and get mortars and go home and fire the consulate. what intelligence analysts believe now they cased the joint. it was a preplanned attack but maybe the day wasn't preplanned. so it did begin as spontaneous protest. then they came, in hijacked it and killed american heros. >> does that wash? >> the administration was lock in step with their statement. you had hillary clinton that came out. you had our u.n. ambassador that came out. you had jay carney, the white house press secretary say
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it with angela mcglowan, a fox news political analyst, peter is former adviser to the clinton/gore campaign. peter, do they have a point? >> jon, i think we've been debating liberal bias in the media at least as far back as the lincoln/douglass debates. this is a tried and true accusation that comes out. the fact of the matter is the media covers the horse race, they cover the gaffes. unfortunately, the romney campaign has had more gaffes lately. we can argue whether or not the campaign coverage has been substantive enough. i would agree that it probably hasn't. but the fact that, you know, this aspect of the campaign is being raised now shows a little bit of desperation. i think that, you know, then there's discussions about whether poll numbers are accurate or not. i mean, the fact is the romney campaign needs to stay on their message, and they haven't done that. jon: angela, he says there has been coverage of the gaffes, some would say if vice president biden makes a gaffe, it gets sort of swept under the carpet. if mitt romney says something, it's front page news. >> jon, my counterpart
outraged. angela mcglowan and executive vice-president of young democrats of america, coleman eldridge, good to see you both this morning. >> good to see you you. >> good morning. >> dave: angela, is it proof that the changes that the president made to welfare are not working or is this just about the bad economy? >> well, it's both. it is about the bad economy and why we have more americans on food stamps, but if you look at that percentage that this law impacts, that has doubled and that's able-bodied welfare he recipients and basically in 1996 you had a republican congress at that partnered with bill clinton that moved folks from welfare into work-fare, but with obamanomics, fewer jobs, more people in poverty and depending on the federal government. it's the government's job we'll all agree to help the poor when they have a stumbling stone, to give them dependency.tone, but not to >> dave: the numbers don't lie, if you're the obama administration, in january of '0932 million. in june of 2012, 46.7 million. how do you explain that away. >> good morning, and i tell you this might be r
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